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    The Effects of Job Insecurity, Emotional Exhaustion, and Met Expectations on Hotel Employees’ Pro-Environmental Behaviors: Test of a Serial Mediation Model

    Osman M. Karatepe1,*, Raheleh Hassannia1, Tuna Karatepe1, Constanţa Enea2, Hamed Rezapouraghdam1

    International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, Vol.25, No.2, pp. 287-307, 2023, DOI:10.32604/ijmhp.2022.025706

    Abstract There are a plethora of empirical pieces about employees’ pro-environmental behaviors. However, the extant literature has either ignored or not fully examined various factors (e.g., negative or positive non-green workplace factors) that might affect employees’ pro-environmental behaviors. Realizing these voids, the present paper proposes and tests a serial mediation model that examines the interrelationships of job insecurity, emotional exhaustion, met expectations, and proactive pro-environmental behavior. We used data gathered from hotel customer-contact employees with a time lag of one week and their direct supervisors in China. After presenting support for the psychometric properties of the measures via confirmatory analysis in… More >

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    Hidden Dangers of Identity Switching: The Influence of Work-Family Status Consistency on Emotional Exhaustion and Workplace Deviance

    Zijing Wang1, Min (Maggie) Wan2, Huaying Wang3,*, Yuchen Wei4

    International Journal of Mental Health Promotion, Vol.20, No.1, pp. 1-13, 2018, DOI:10.32604/IJMHP.2018.010732

    Abstract Workplace deviance is an important problem in organization management. Previous studies focused too much on the influence of various factors in the workplace and ignored the interference of family factors. We integrate emotional social function theory and emotional labor theory, and examine the effect of (in) congruence between work and family status on workplace deviance. Using longitudinal data and polynomial regression, we find that: (1) Emotional exhaustion is higher when work and family status are congruent; (2) In the case of work-family congruence, emotional exhaustion is higher when work and family status are aligned at a low level than when… More >

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